Equity Release in Burton on Trent

Equity release has grown in popularity over the last few years and the market is expected to see further growth over the coming decade.

Tv advertising and product awareness is increasing yet the old stigma that goes with equity release is still around. There have been many changes in the way in which people over the age of 55 can release equity from their property, and with the baby boom generation approaching retirement, it is likely that equity release will form a greater part of their retirement planning than any other generation.

I speak with people across Staffordshire and Derbyshire regularly and help them understand what the modern-day equity release products look like, how they work, and why it is so different to equity release in the past.

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Residential Mortgages Burton on Trent

Burton and the surrounding area have seen an influx of new-build properties over the last 5 years.

This has increased the average house price of the area and with great infrastructure connecting the town to major cities, it is easy to see where the demand has come from. The hot spot areas in the surrounding villages of Alrewas, Anslow, Barton, Rolleston and Stretton have also seen steady growth in house prices and demand has remained high.

Getting on the property ladder can be challenging however with the right planning and advice in place I have been able to help many homeowners purchase their first homes and dream homes throughout the local area.

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Buy-to-let Mortgages Burton

There are plenty of investment opportunities for landlords in and around Burton and the market has held up well over the last few years.

One thing that comes up often when I am working with landlords, is how varied the rent for a property can be depending on where it is located. Stretton and Branston for example carry similar rental valuations however Stapenhill and Tutbury have their own market.

Landlords must weigh up the potential rental income forecast, and the property purchase price, to make sure they are getting the best return on their investment. There are no right or wrong answers, however, it is surprising how varied the market is across the area.

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birds flying free symbolising equity release service Burton on Trent

Equity Release in Burton on Trent

Equity release has grown in popularity over the last few years and the market is expected to see further growth over the coming decade.

Tv advertising and product awareness is increasing yet the old stigma that goes with equity release is still around. There have been many changes in the way in which people over the age of 55 can release equity from their property, and with the baby boom generation approaching retirement, it is likely that equity release will form a greater part of their retirement planning than any other generation.

I speak with people across Staffordshire and Derbyshire regularly and help them understand what the modern-day equity release products look like, how they work, and why it is so different to equity release in the past.

find out more

Residential Mortgages Burton on Trent

Burton and the surrounding area have seen an influx of new-build properties over the last 5 years.

This has increased the average house price of the area and with great infrastructure connecting the town to major cities, it is easy to see where the demand has come from. The hot spot areas in the surrounding villages of Alrewas, Anslow, Barton, Rolleston and Stretton have also seen steady growth in house prices and demand has remained high.

Getting on the property ladder can be challenging however with the right planning and advice in place I have been able to help many homeowners purchase their first homes and dream homes throughout the local area.

find out more

Buy-to-let Mortgages Burton

There are plenty of investment opportunities for landlords in and around Burton and the market has held up well over the last few years.

One thing that comes up often when I am working with landlords, is how varied the rent for a property can be depending on where it is located. Stretton and Branston for example carry similar rental valuations however Stapenhill and Tutbury have their own market.

Landlords must weigh up the potential rental income forecast, and the property purchase price, to make sure they are getting the best return on their investment. There are no right or wrong answers, however, it is surprising how varied the market is across the area.

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birds flying free symbolising equity release service Burton on Trent

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About Allan Robertson

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Allan Robertson Independent Equity Release Advisor Burton on Trent and Derby

Though I am from Edinburgh originally, I currently live in East Staffordshire, on the outskirts of Burton on Trent. Having lived here for several years now, I’ve become a big fan of the warmer and drier weather!

When I first moved here, the main part of my business was helping clients to obtain mortgages for their homes or their rental properties. This is a service that I continue to offer.

I set up Equity Select in order to deliver high-quality equity release advice within the local area. The market has changed significantly, and more and more people are seeing their property as a way to help fund their retirement.

Yes, equity release has suffered a bad name in the past – nobody would deny that; however, with the new regulations and safeguards that are in place, it’s easy to see why it’s grown in popularity and why I receive regular enquiries about it.

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